Jennifer & Luke | Minister’s Island Seaside Wedding [St. Andrews-By-The-Sea, NB]

It’s hard to describe how unique and wonderful Jen and Luke’s wedding was on Minister’s Island, a place I had never been to before and could barely believe was real. After getting ready in a gorgeous suite at The Algonquin, they had a late morning ceremony with a picnic/lawn games reception in the afternoon, all based around the tide schedule (if you’ve never been to Minister’s Island, the only way on and off the island is by an ocean path that gets covered at high tide, essentially leaving you stranded). They rented out the entire island and as a photographer I honestly felt overwhelmed with the possibilities! But in the end it didn’t matter, what mattered was photographing the many sweet interactions between Jen and her family, between Luke and his friends, between everyone gathered on this tiny picturesque island to celebrate these two wonderful-and unique-humans. The day was full of traditions, love, personal details and many, many smiles. I felt insanely lucky to be chosen as their photographer.

Couple: Jennifer Estey and Luke Webb

Ceremony Location: Van Horne Estate, Minister’s Island, St-Andrews-by-the-Sea, NB

Reception Location: The Bath House, Minister’s Island, St-Andrews-by-the-Sea, NB

Photo Locations: Minister’s Island, St-Andrews-by-the-Sea, NB

And because the world needs to be a little less serious (as does this photographer…)


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Karen & Rubin | Sussex, NB Traditional Country Church Wedding

On a gorgeous, hot sunny evening, I drove out to a tiny country church, unused for 364 days of the year, for a very special and beautiful gathering of friends and family to celebrate Karen and Rubin’s beginning into marriage. Lit by kerosene lamps and adorned with wild lupins, this old church became the gathering place for what felt like a very old fashioned and traditional country wedding. Afterwards, everyone remained in the churchyard for a simple picnic while sitting on pews and we took photos in the stunning surrounding landscapes. It was stress-free, wholesome and a real pleasure to be a part of.

(This was what I call an ‘intimate’ wedding-with reduced coverage-which I offer during the off-season or on weekdays during the wedding season only; if you are planning a smaller, intimate celebration on a non-Saturday and are interested, please get in touch!)

Couple: Karen McKellar and Rubin Manning

Ceremony/Reception/Photo Location: Mount Hebron Church, Mount Hebron, NB

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Sweet Baby Henry | New Brunswick Newborn Photographer

Oh Henry (oops, I had to do it). This tiny little peanut was so good for me for his session, and his parents were as sweet as can be, I was so happy that I got to fit them in last minute before heading out on vacation! I just love these little humans, have I said that before? I have, haven’t I. Well, it’s true.

Everyone, meet sweet baby Henry.

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Jennifer and Luke | St. George, NB Engagement Photographer

It’s nice to get out of your comfort zone sometimes, and that’s exactly what I did a couple weeks ago with Jennifer and Luke, 2 East Coasters now living in the arctic lands of Nunavut, who decided to come home and get married where it all started, in Charlotte County. We met at Green’s Point Lighthouse in Back Bay and for this field-and-forest-girl, shooting on the coast was a little tricky but I really enjoyed all the gorgeous views and these 2 made it quite easy for me, their quirky style and obvious love for each other was really fun to capture and I can’t wait to do it again…TOMORROW!

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Jeremy and Kara | Saint John, NB Couples Photographer

A couple weeks ago my photography clique/group/colleagues/network/gang/pack/tribe/whatever we want to call ourselves got together for a ‘field trip’ of sorts, a chance to get out as a group and learn from each other. This particular evening we were led by Shannon-May, an amazing wedding and portrait photographer, to see how she approaches photographing a couple. We all shot a bit but she mostly led the way and it was great to learn a few tips from her on adding more movement and fun into the session, something I struggle with (being the broody chick that I am sometimes).

We were also lucky enough to photograph another great local photographer, Jeremy, and his wife Kara. Now, I LOOOOVE photographing married couples so this was an extra bonus treat, and they were wonderfully, well, married together (I swear there’s a difference, even if it’s only in my head.) Funnily enough the shots that I ended up loving the most were the most static ones, but I did stretch my creative muscles a bit, and was thankful for colleagues who will push me and help me grow.


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